JPSC PT Row: CM says BJP having stomach ache as children from dalit and OBC communities passed more

Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Monday replied over the allegations being made on the JPSC PT results row inside the assembly during the ongoing Winter Session in which he claimed that since a large number of candidates from Dalit and Backward communities have passed the exam therefore the opposition was having stomach ache.

On the third day of the Winter Session, he said that for the first time in JPSC a large number of candidates hailing from SC, ST and OBC communities have passed, therefore ‘these people’ are having stomach ache. He claimed that people on paid money are staging agitation over the issue. He said that food was being provided to the people who are sitting on agitation and claimed that youth associates with VHP have been made to sit in the agitation and added that his government was washing the sins of the past.

The Chief Minister said that for the first time a large number of candidates from tribal and dalit communities sat in the exam and also it was the first occasion that in the history of JPSC so many candidates had appeared in the exam as the examination fee had been waived off by the government. Hemant Soren said that JPSC was an independent organization and it has no pressure on behalf of the government. He said that government does not intervene in the functioning of the JPSC and dared the MLAs of the BJP to prove any tampering in the examination.

He said that such was the condition of JPSC that some people are still in jail while on many exams CBI probe is on. Attacking former Chief Minister Raghubar Das he said that the BJP leader is not even aware of the full form of JPSC as in his tenure for five years no exams were conducted but now BJP and their leaders were busy making allegations.

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